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  1. Thanks for all the responces. So that is a bit more clear... 1) I do have a written settlement agreement 2) I payed the settlement 3) They sent me back a written doc that says " Please be advised the the above acount has now been settled in full" 4) then they filed a motion for non-suit and asked for a dismissal without prejuduce of the case (and failed to mention any settlement) So should I oppose (object) this motion? It seems with #3 saying it is settled, even if it they(someone) filed suit again my defense would be "accord and satisfaction".
  2. Backstory is the (and timeline) 1) loan company files a lawsuit 2) I answered the lawsuit and denied the claim (I am not a lawyer....I'm defending myself) 3) The loan company and I agreeded on a very favorable settlement (and got the documention) and I payed the settlement 4) loan company filed a motion for non-suit and asked for a dismissal without prejuduce of the case (and failed to mention any settlement) So...I have heard that I should shoot for dismissal with prejudice so there is no posbility I will see this again. So My plan is to 1) object